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8282 means "ASAP" or "Hurry Up" in SMS language.
"When should I go pick you up to get dinner?"
"8282" "I am hungry."
by donniepoe October 31, 2011
 
1.
Korean text message slang for Hurry Up. This is because saying the numbers 8 2 8 2 in Hangul (the Korean Language, tard) sound almost identical to saying Hurry Up in the same language.
"I'm waiting for the #2 bus"

"8282!"
by rice sucks July 08, 2005
 
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Korean text message slang for 'Hurry Up'. This is because saying the number sequence 8-2-8-2 in Hangul (the Korean Language) sounds almost identical to saying ‘Hurry up’ in the like language(‘Hangul’).
“I’m waiting for the #2 bus.”

“8282!”
by Victor Van Styn July 25, 2005